Old Coard Art and Solidarity Gallery poster
after Picasso, 1961
Original lithographic poster made for the exhibition art and solidarity
taking place at the Coard Gallery 12 Avenue Matignon - Paris
from October 10 to 29, 1961.
Exhibition of works offered by contemporary painters and sculptors,
and sold for the benefit of the Bol d'air des gamins de Paris free vacations
This poster features the visual of Picasso's amazing and creative work
which was inspired by his family, Françoise Gilot and their children, Paloma and Claude.
They are presented in profile, in an offbeat composition and created in a simplistic way
Poster printed in 1000 copies.
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THE POSTER IS SENT IN A RIGID TUBE
Pablo Ruiz Picasso, born on à Malaga and died on à Mougins,
is a Spanish painter, draftsman, sculptor and engraver who spent most of his life in France.
Artist using all media for his work,
he is considered one of the founders of cubism with Georges Braque and a fellow artist of surrealism.
He is one of the most important artists of the xxe century,
as much by its technical and formal contributions as by its political positions.
He produced nearly 50,000 works including 1,885 paintings, 1,228 sculptures, 2,880 ceramics,
7,089 drawings, 342 tapestries, 150 sketchbooks and 30,000 prints (engravings, lithographs, etc.).
Among his most famous works are the proto-cubist Les Demoiselles d'Avignon (1907)
and Guernica (1937), a dramatic representation of the bombing of Guernica during the Spanish Civil War.